FLORENCE PUGH

Florence Pugh is an English actress. She is best known for The Falling (2014), Lady Macbeth (2016), Outlaw King (2018) and Fighting with My Family (2019). Pugh also appear in the ITV detective series Marcella and starred in the AMC Mini-Series The Little Drummer Girl. In 2018 she was nominated for a BAFTA EE Rising Star Award. Her film debut was The …
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Actress (13 credits)
 2019 Little Women (post-production)
Amy March
 2019/I Midsommar (post-production)
Dani
 2019 Fighting with My Family (completed)
Raya Knight
 2018 The Little Drummer Girl (TV Mini-Series)
Charlie

Episode #1.6 (2018) … Charlie
Episode #1.5 (2018) … Charlie
Episode #1.4 (2018) … Charlie
Episode #1.3 (2018) … Charlie
Episode #1.2 (2018) … Charlie
 2018/III Malevolent
Angela
 2018 Outlaw King
Elizabeth Burgh
 2018 King Lear (TV Movie)
Cordelia
 2018/I The Commuter
Gwen
 2016/I Lady Macbeth
Katherine
 2016 Marcella (TV Series)
Cara Thomas

Episode #1.3 (2016) … Cara Thomas
Episode #1.2 (2016) … Cara Thomas
Episode #1.1 (2016) … Cara Thomas
 2015/I Studio City (TV Movie)
Cat
 2015 Paradise Lost? (Short)
Eve
 2014 The Falling
Abbie Mortimer
Hide Hide Show Show Soundtrack (1 credit)
 2014 The Falling (performer: “Voyage of the Moon”, “Alternative School Orchestra Theme”)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (6 credits)
 2018 Leading Lady Parts (TV Short)
Herself
 2018 The EE British Academy Film Awards (TV Special)
Herself – Nominee
 2017 Sunday Brunch (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #6.46 (2017) … Herself – Guest
 2017 The 2017 European Film Awards (TV Special)
Herself – Nominee: European Actress
 2017 Tria33 (TV Series)
Herself – Interviewee

Episode #3.93 (2017) … Herself – Interviewee
 2016 Cinema 3 (TV Series)
Herself – Interviewee

Episode dated 24 September 2016 (2016) … Herself – Interviewee
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Stephanie J. Block

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Stephanie J. Block

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Stephanie J. Block
Born Stephanie Janette Block
(1972-09-19) September 19, 1972 (age 46)
Brea, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress, singer
Spouse(s)
Children 1
Website Official website

Stephanie Janette Block (born September 19, 1972) is an American actress and singer, known for her work in Broadway musicals. A two-time Tony Award nominee, she was nominated for Best Actress in a Musical for The Mystery of Edwin Drood in 2013, and for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for Falsettos in 2017. She is also a five-time Drama Desk Award nominee and has appeared on numerous cast recordings. In 2009, she released a solo album, This Place I Know.

Block began her professional musical career in regional theater and by playing Belle in the Disneyland production of Beauty and the Beast in 1992. She made her Broadway debut in the 2003 original production of The Boy from Oz, playing Liza Minnelli. Having read the part of Elphaba in the first reading of Wicked in 2000, she was the first actress to play the role in the US touring production from 2005–06, winning the Helen Hayes Award for Best Actress in a Non-Resident production. She later reprised the role on Broadway from 2007–08. She received Drama Desk nominations for the Off-Broadway productions of By the Way, Meet Vera Stark (2011) and Little Miss Sunshine (2013), and for the Broadway productions of 9 to 5 (2009), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (2012) and Falsettos (2016).

Early life[edit]

Block was born on September 19, 1972, in Brea, California, and has one sister, Renée. Her mother, Rosemarie (Garritano), worked for the local school district, and her father, Steven Block, was a welfare fraud investigator.[1][2] She was raised Catholic,[3] and is of German and Italian descent.[4] Block grew up in Brea, where she attended St. Angela Merici Parish School. Later she attended an all-girls Catholic private school, Rosary High School in Fullerton, California, for her secondary education. She finished up her high school years at the Orange County High School of the Arts.

Career[edit]

Block started her professional musical theater career with regional theater, appearing in many productions including Funny Girl, Crazy for You, Oliver!, James Joyce’s The Dead and Bells Are Ringing. Block was additionally the original Belle in the Disneyland production of Beauty and the Beast and did voice work for numerous commercials, including the singing voice of Barbie.

In early 2000 Block read the part of Elphaba in the first reading of the new musical Wicked. After a few months of reading, she was replaced by Idina Menzel, a decision that left Block devastated, but accepting of the decision that had been made to cast a more experienced performer in the role. She was Menzel’s understudy in the San Francisco world premiere in 2003 but left the show prior to opening on Broadway when she was offered a lead role in a new Broadway musical based on the life of Peter Allen, The Boy from Oz. Block debuted on Broadway in 2003, playing the role of Liza Minnelli opposite Hugh Jackman‘s Peter Allen in the show. The show received mixed reviews but proved to be a hit with audiences playing on Broadway for close to a year. The musical received several Tony Award nominations, including a nomination for Best Musical.[5]

Stephanie J Block with Stephen Oremus, with whom she worked in Wicked.

In spring 2005, Block originated the role of Elphaba in the first national tour of Wicked. She was awarded both the 2006 Helen Hayes Award and the 2007 Carbonell Award for Best Actress in a Non-Resident Production for this role. Block received great reviews for a show-stopping performance. After performing with the tour for a year Block left the production in March 2006 and was replaced by Julia Murney.

In 2007 Block was seen in the title role of the new Broadway musical The Pirate Queen. The music was written by Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil. Block was praised by critics, such as Ben Brantley from The New York Times, for giving a “truly felt, realistic, performance”. She also received a nomination for a Drama League Award for her performance. Plagued by insufficient ticket sales and harsh reviews, the show opened in April and barely played for two months at the Hilton Theatre, closing in June.[6] Later that year Block reprised the role of Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway beginning October 9, 2007, where she replaced Julia Murney. She left the production after eight months on June 15, 2008, and was succeeded by Kerry Ellis.[7]

Block starred alongside Allison Janney, Megan Hilty, and Marc Kudisch in the new musical adaptation of the 1980 film 9 to 5. The production was directed by Joe Mantello, with music written by Dolly Parton. The show opened on Broadway in April 2009 at the Marquis Theatre and closed in September 2009. Block starred as Judy Bernly, the frazzled divorcée, the role played by Jane Fonda in the film. For this role Block was nominated for the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical.[8]

In 2009, Block released her debut album through PS Classics entitled This Place I Know. Although the album failed to chart, it was a hit with critics with some hailing it as the best album that has come out of the Broadway community in some time.[9] More recently she has done concert work in London’s West End. In February 2010 she performed live at the New Players Theatre, London.[10]

Block was seen as Grizabella in the Municipal Opera Production production of Cats, which ran from July 19–25, 2010.[11] Block also starred as Sonia Walsk alongside Jason Alexander in the Reprise Theatre Company’s production of They’re Playing Our Song, which played at the UCLA Freud Playhouse for two weeks from September 28–October 10, 2010.[12]

Block made her off-Broadway debut as Gloria Mitchell in the play By The Way, Meet Vera Stark by Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage alongside Karen Olivo, and David Garrison. By the Way, Meet Vera Stark played at Second Stage Theatre through June 12, 2011.[13][14] Entertainment Weekly wrote that Block’s performance in the show was, “terrifically over-the-top”.[15] She received a nomination for the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play.[16]

Block starred as Reno Sweeney in the Broadway revival of Anything Goes first playing the role for three weeks in November 2011 while Sutton Foster was away filming a pilot episode.[17][18] Block performed with co-star Colin Donnell on the 2011 CBS Thanksgiving Day Parade.[19] Block returned to the role on March 15, 2012, as Foster left the production permanently on March 11.[20] She remained with the show until its closure on July 8, 2012.[21]

Block performed the lead role in Roundabout Theatre Company‘s production of The Mystery of Edwin Drood, which ran from November 13, 2012, to March 10, 2013. For this role, she was nominated for another Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical and received a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical.[22][23]

From November 14 to December 15, 2013, Block appeared in the Off-Broadway production of Little Miss Sunshine at Second Stage Theatre as Sheryl Hoover.[24] For this role, she received a nomination for the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical.[25]

On March 31, 2016, it was announced that Block would play Trina in the Broadway revival of Falsettos directed by James Lapine. She was joined by Christian Borle and Andrew Rannells who played Marvin and Whizzer, respectively.[26] The musical began previews on September 29, 2016,[27] and opened officially on October 27, 2016. The limited run ended on January 8, 2017. For her performance, Block received rave reviews, with the New York Times saying this was her career best performance.[28] She received nominations for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical, the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical.

Block has a recurring role in the NBC series Rise, where she plays Patricia, a devout Catholic who ends up at odds with her husband over their son’s involvement in a controversial high school play.[29]

In March 2018, it was announced that Block will play singer Cher in the biomusical, The Cher Show. The show will play an out-of-town tryout in Chicago at the Oriental Theatre, beginning on June 12, 2018 and running through July 15. The production will then open on Broadway at the Neil Simon Theatre in Fall 2018.[30]

Personal life[edit]

Block married actor Sebastian Arcelus on October 25, 2007. Arcelus starred alongside Block in the First National Tour of Wicked as the Fiyero replacement from January to October 2006 and again on Broadway from October to December 2007.[31] Block and Arcelus welcomed a baby girl, Vivienne Helena Arcelus, in January 2015.[32] The two play a couple on Madam Secretary.

Credits[edit]

Broadway[edit]

Year Play Role Notes
2003-04 The Boy from Oz Liza Minnelli Broadway debut
2007 The Pirate Queen Grace O’Malley
2007-08 Wicked Elphaba
2009 9 to 5 Judy Bernly
2011-12 Anything Goes Reno Sweeney Replacement for Sutton Foster
2012-13 The Mystery of Edwin Drood Edwin Drood/Alice Nutting Tony nomination
2016-17 Falsettos Trina Tony Nomination
2018 The Cher Show Star (Cher)

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Herself
2006 James Marshall’s Cinderella Narrator Voice role
2008 Entertainment Tonight Herself Promotion for 9 to 5
2009 CMT Insider
The View
The Visa Signature Tony Awards Season Celebration
Good Day New York
63rd Tony Awards
2011 CBS Thanksgiving Day Parade TV special event
2013 67th Tony Awards Nominee
Homeland Patricia Cooper 1 episode
2016 Orange Is The New Black CO Francine Dennis 3 episodes
2017 Madam Secretary Abby Whitman 4 episodes
2018 Rise Patricia Saunders 8 episodes

Out-of-town tryouts[edit]

Year Play Role Location Notes
2003 Wicked Elphaba (u/s) San Francisco Did not continue to Broadway
2006 The Pirate Queen Grace O’Malley Chicago
2008 9 to 5 Judy Bernly Los Angeles
2018 The Cher Show Star (Cher) Chicago

Off-Broadway[edit]

Year Play Role
2011 By the Way, Meet Vera Stark Gloria Mitchell
2013 Little Miss Sunshine Sheryl Hoover
2017 Brigadoon Meg Brockie

National Tours[edit]

Year Play Role
2005-06 Wicked Elphaba

Readings[edit]

Year Play Role
2000 Wicked Elphaba
2006 In This House N/A
How the Nurse Feels N/A
2007 Bye Bye Birdie Rosie Alvarez
9 to 5 Judy Bernly
2010 My American Family N/A
2011 The Last Ship N/A

Regional[edit]

Year Play Role Notes
N/A Little Shop of Horrors Audrey
N/A The Will Rogers Follies Betty Blake (understudy)
N/A Guys and Dolls Sarah Brown
N/A Pygmalion: the True Story Aphrodite
N/A Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Narrator
N/A Call Me Madam Sally Adams (understudy)
N/A Triumph of Love Corine
N/A The Grass Harp Baby Love
N/A I Love a Piano Ginger
N/A Let Me Sing Molly
N/A Mary Poppins Mary Poppins
N/A Grease Rizzo
1997 Damn Yankees Gloria Thorpe
South Pacific Nellie Forbush
1999 Bye Bye Birdie Rosie
Bells Are Ringing Gwynne
2000 James Joyce’s The Dead Mary Jane
Funny Girl Fanny Brice
2001 Fiddler on the Roof Tzeitel
Oliver! Nancy
Haven Ruth Gruber
2002 Crazy for You Polly
Godspell Robin
2010 Cats Grizabella The Muny
They’re Playing Our Song Sonia Walsk Reprise Theatre Company (Los Angeles)

Concerts[edit]

  • “Tapestry of Song” and “Voices of Youth” (The Indianapolis Children’s Choir and Youth Chorale) with Henry Leck, Josh Pedde and Cheryl West (2014)
  • Do You Hear the People Sing? with Peter Lockyer, Terrence Mann, Lea Salonga, Marie Zamora, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and Symphonic Choir (2011)
  • Broadway on the Beach with Doug LaBrecque and the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra (2011)
  • Pops on the River: Summer Lovin’ with Doug LaBrecque and the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra (2011)
  • Broadway & the American Songbook (Wicked Divas) with Julia Murney and the Boston Pops (2011)
  • Broadway Voices solo concert in Garner, NC (2011)
  • Wicked Divas with Julia Murney and the Utah Symphony Orchestra (2011)
  • Wicked Divas with Julia Murney and the Odgen Symphony Ballet (2011)
  • Marvin Hamlisch: Broadway’s Greatest Moments at The Krannert Center (2011)
  • Solo concert presented by the Austin Cabaret Theatre (2011)
  • Wicked Divas with Erin Mackey and the Cleveland Pops (2010)
  • The Best of Broadway with the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra (2010)
  • Wicked Divas with Julia Murney and the Columbus Symphony Orchestra (2010)
  • Don’t Stop Believing at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta, GA (2010)
  • Broadway Comes to Tampa (2010)
  • Stephanie J. Block in Concert at The New Players Theatre (2010)
  • xoxoXMAS at Birdland (2009)
  • Scott Alan: Just Me…And Them at the Leicester Square Theatre (2009)
  • True Colors Cabaret (2009)
  • Nothing Like a Dame at New World Stages (2009)
  • Visa Signature Tony Awards Preview Concert at the Hudson Theatre (2009)
  • Defying Inequality at the Gershwin Theatre (2009)
  • Yellow Brick Road Not Taken at the Gershwin Theatre (2008)
  • Mr. Green’s Opus at Birdland (2008)
  • Block Party at Birdland (2007)
  • Billy Stritch and the Girls at Birdland (2007)
  • The Broadway Musicals of 1925 (2007)
  • An Evening with Andrew Lippa (2006)
  • Block Party at Birdland (2006)
  • Broadway Comes to Tampa (2006)
  • Valentine at Birdland (2005)
  • All Smiles at Birdland (2004)

Discography[edit]

Cast recordings
  • Falsettos – 2016 Broadway Cast Recording (2016)
  • The Mystery Of Edwin Drood – New 2013 Broadway Cast Recording (2013)
  • 9 to 5: The Musical – Original Broadway Cast Recording (2009)
  • The Pirate Queen – Original Broadway Cast Recording (2007)
  • The Boy from Oz – Original Broadway Cast Recording (2003)
Collaborative projects
  • [Sorta] Love Songs (2010)
  • Chasing the Day (2010)
  • Wicked: 5th Anniversary Cast Recording (2008)
  • The Broadway Musicals Cut-Outs (2007)
  • Dreaming Wide Awake (2007)
  • Broadway Unplugged 2004 (2004)
  • A Joyful Christmas (2004)
  • Thankful (2004)
  • The Broadway Musicals of 1925 (2003)
Solo albums
  • This Place I Know (2009)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Show Result
2000 LA Robby Award Best Actress Funny Girl Won
2001 Critics Table Award Best Actress Oliver! Won
2002 LA Ovation Award Best Actress Crazy for You Nominated
LA Robby Award Best Supporting Actress Triumph of Love Won
2006 Helen Hayes Award Best Actress in a Non-Resident Production Wicked Won
2007 Drama League Award Distinguished Performance The Pirate Queen Nominated
Broadway.com Audience Award Favorite Diva Performance Nominated
Carbonell Award Best Actress in a Non-Resident Production Wicked Won
2008 Broadway.com Audience Choice Award Favorite Female Replacement Nominated
2009 Favorite Diva Performance 9 to 5 Nominated
Favorite Actress in a Musical Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actress in a Musical Nominated
2011 Kevin Kline Award Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical Cats Nominated
LA Ovation Award Best Actress They’re Playing Our Song Nominated
2012 Broadway.com Audience Choice Award Favorite Female Replacement Anything Goes Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play By the Way, Meet Vera Stark Nominated
2013 Tony Award Best Actress in a Musical The Mystery of Edwin Drood Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actress in a Musical Nominated
Broadway.com Audience Choice Award Favorite Diva Performance Won
Favorite Actress in a Musical Nominated
2014 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Little Miss Sunshine Nominated
2017 Tony Award Best Featured Actress in a Musical Falsettos Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Nominated
Broadway.com Audience Choice Award Favorite Diva Performance Nominated
Favorite Funny Performance Nominated
Favorite Featured Actress in a Musical Nominated

DEANNA CHENG

Deanna Cheng is an actress, writer and producer. She can be seen in the Paramount Network’s reboot of “Heathers.” She co-hosts the popular podcast “How To Be Less Old” on the Earwolf network with Emily Foster, and co-created Comedy Central’s digital series “Unsend” with Matt McConkey and Paul Scheer. “Unsend” showcases comedians’ most humiliating ..
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Actress (21 credits)
 2018 Heathers (TV Series)
Ms. Fleming

I’m a No-Rust Build-Up Man Myself (2018) … Ms. Fleming
Call Us When the Shuttle Lands (2018) … Ms. Fleming
Hot Probs (2018) … Ms. Fleming
Reindeer Games (2018) … Ms. Fleming
Our Love Is God (2018) … Ms. Fleming
 2018 GLOW (TV Series)
Jodi Klitnick

Viking Funeral (2018) … Jodi Klitnick
 2017 Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ (TV Series)
Leshley Archer

A Divided House (2017) … Leshley Archer
 2015 Filthy Preppy Teen$ (TV Series)
Lenice

St. Patrick’s Day … Lenice (as Deanna Raphael)
 2015 The Hotwives of Las Vegas (TV Series)
Assistant

You Make Me Wanna Drought (2015) … Assistant (as Deanna Raphael)
 2014 Marry Me (TV Series)
Waitress

Pilot (2014) … Waitress (as Deanna Raphael)
 2013 Ass Backwards
Lizbeth (as Deanna Raphael)
 2011 Babysitting Clint Eastwood (TV Short) (as Deanna Raphael)
 2011 NTSF:SD:SUV (TV Series)
Neighbor’s Wife

The Risky Business of Being Alone in Your Home (2011) … Neighbor’s Wife (as Deanna Raphael)
 2011 Crying in Public (Short)
Shopping Mall Crier (as Deanna Raphael)
 2011 Crocodile Tears (Short) (as Deanna Raphael)
 2010 Federal Bureau of Manners: The Nod (Short) (as Deanna Raphael)
 2010 Dirty Dancing 3: Capoeira Nights (Video short)
Baby’s mother (as Deanna Raphael)
 2010 Havin’ a Summah (Video short) (as Deanna Raphael)
 2009 Meat Puppet (Short)
Casting Director (as Deanna Raphael)
 2009 The Real Housewives of New Jersey with Jamie-Lynn Sigler (Video short) (as Deanna Raphael)
 2008 The Kevin Bacon Movie Club (Video short)
Wife (as Deanna Raphael)
 2007/II Alter Ego (Short)
Stacey (as Deanna Raphael)
 2003 No Strings Attached (Short)
Laney (as Deanna Raphael)
 2000 Talk of the Town
Guest Starring (as Deanna Raphael)
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DANIELLE DALLACCO

Originally from Westchester, New York, Danielle Dallacco graduated at the top of the Theatre Performance program at Wagner College and has since trained in Manhattan with the Barrow Group and Upright Citizens Brigade, as well as in Los Angeles with the Groundlings and at Berg Studios. Television roles include NBC’s Law & Order: SVU, Hulu’s …
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Actress (15 credits)
 2015 The Pact Among Us (Short) (completed)
Roberta Rodriguez
 2016-2017 Everybody Else (TV Series)
Rebecca / Jane

Doctor Behr (2017) … Rebecca
Shambo (2016) … Jane
 2017 Next Generation Youth Sports: Becky & Bernice (Video short)
Beth Howe
 2015 Moctress (Short)
Olivia Green
 2015 Straight Outta Tompkins
Model / Girl
 2015 One Bad Choice (TV Series)
Danielle McCarthy

Dona Huertas … Danielle McCarthy
 2015 Lily & Kat
Colin’s Guest
 2014 Blunderbus (Short)
Amanda
 2014 Touching is Teaching (Short)
Amy
 2014 Jersey Shore Massacre
Teresa
 2014 Brooklyn Valentine (Short)
Fran
 2014 Deadbeat (TV Series)
Beautiful Teenaged Girl / Young Angie

The Sexorcism (2014) … Beautiful Teenaged Girl / Young Angie
 2013 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Gretchen Lyons

Internal Affairs (2013) … Gretchen Lyons
 2013 Bros (TV Series)
Dina

Murray Chill (2013) … Dina
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
  Shapes of Rhythm: The Music of Galt MacDermot (Documentary) (post-production)
Herself – Interviewee: Actress
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ELEANOR MATSUURA

Eleanor Matsuura is an actress, known for Wonder Woman (2017), MI-5 (2015) and Alan Partridge (2013).
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Actress (72 credits)
  Squadron 42 (Video Game) (post-production)
August Beck
 2018-2019 The Walking Dead (TV Series)
Yumiko

Episode #9.15 (2019) … Yumiko
Episode #9.14 (2019) … Yumiko
Episode #9.9 (2019) … Yumiko
Episode #9.16 (2019) … Yumiko
Evolution (2018) … Yumiko
 2018 World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth (Video Game) (voice)
 2017-2018 Into the Badlands (TV Series)
Baron Chau

Chapter XXIV: Leopard Catches Cloud (2018) … Baron Chau
Chapter XXI: Carry Tiger to Mountain (2018) … Baron Chau
Chapter XX: Blind Cannibal Assassins (2018) … Baron Chau
Chapter X: Palm of the Iron Fox (2017) … Baron Chau
 2018 Shetland (TV Series)
DI Jessie Cole

Episode #4.6 (2018) … DI Jessie Cole
Episode #4.5 (2018) … DI Jessie Cole
 2018 Juliet, Naked
Cat
 2017 Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier (Video Game)
Oaka (voice)
 2017 Star Wars: Battlefront II (Video Game)
Voice Talent (voice)
 2017 Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 (Video Game) (voice)
 2017 Justice League
Epione (uncredited)
 2017 Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood (Video Game)
Yugiri (English version, voice)
 2017 Wonder Woman
Epione
 2017 Mass Effect: Andromeda (Video Game)
Additional Voices (voice)
 2017 Ghost Recon: Wildlands (Video Game)
Weaver (Female) (voice)
 2017/I Lost in London
Laura
 2017 Sherlock (TV Series)
DI Hopkins

The Six Thatchers (2017) … DI Hopkins
 2016/I A Midsummer Night’s Dream (TV Movie)
Hippolyta
 2016 Homefront: The Revolution (Video Game) (voice)
 2016 The Comic Strip Presents Redtop (TV Movie)
Wendi Deng
 2015 Cuffs (TV Mini-Series)
PC Donna Prager

Episode #1.7 (2015) … PC Donna Prager
Episode #1.6 (2015) … PC Donna Prager
Episode #1.5 (2015) … PC Donna Prager
Episode #1.4 (2015) … PC Donna Prager
Episode #1.3 (2015) … PC Donna Prager
 2015 Star Wars: Battlefront (Video Game) (voice)
 2015 Da Vinci’s Demons (TV Series)
Madame Singh

Liberum Arbitrium (2015) … Madame Singh
Angelus Iratissimus (2015) … Madame Singh
Ira Deorum (2015) … Madame Singh
Alis Volat Propriis (2015) … Madame Singh
Anima Venator (2015) … Madame Singh
 2015 Burn Burn Burn
Pandora
 2015 The Lady in the Van
Interviewer
 2015 Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward (Video Game)
Ranger of Darkness / Yugiri (voice)
 2015 Dirty Bomb (Video Game)
Kira (voice)
 2015 MI-5
Hannah Santo
 2015 Residue (TV Mini-Series)
Angela Rossi

Episode #1.3 (2015) … Angela Rossi
Episode #1.2 (2015) … Angela Rossi
Episode #1.1 (2015) … Angela Rossi
 2015 Residue
Angela Rossi
 2014 Dreamfall Chapters (Video Game)
Saga (Age 35) (voice)
 2014/II Blood Moon
Black Deer
 2014 Silk (TV Series)
Elizabeth Forester

Episode #3.4 (2014) … Elizabeth Forester
 2014 The Smoke (TV Mini-Series)
Cindy

Episode #1.3 (2014) … Cindy
 2013 The Love Punch
Michaela (as Eleanor Matsuraa)
 2013 Law & Order: UK (TV Series)
Sophie Cohen

Fatherly Love (2013) … Sophie Cohen
 2013 Alan Partridge
TV Reporter
 2013 Utopia (TV Series)
Bev

Episode #1.3 (2013) … Bev
Episode #1.2 (2013) … Bev
Episode #1.1 (2013) … Bev
 2012 Vexed (TV Series)
Emma

Episode #2.1 (2012) … Emma
 2012 Twenty Twelve (TV Series)
Doctor

Inclusivity Day (2012) … Doctor
 2012/I The Grind
Charlie (Young Lady)
 2011-2012 The Royal Bodyguard (TV Mini-Series)
Dana

Bullets over Broad Street (2012) … Dana
The Limping Assassin (2011) … Dana
 2008-2012 Casualty (TV Series)
Kelly Leese / Janie Newark

Duty of Care (2012) … Kelly Leese
Someone’s Lucky Night (2008) … Janie Newark
 2012 Hacks (TV Movie)
Ho Chi Mao Feast
 2011 The Fades (TV Mini-Series)
Vicky

Episode #1.6 (2011) … Vicky
Episode #1.5 (2011) … Vicky
Episode #1.2 (2011) … Vicky
Episode #1.1 (2011) … Vicky
 2011 New Tricks (TV Series)
Tiffany Hayes

Old Fossils (2011) … Tiffany Hayes
 2011 Sirens (TV Series)
Tracy Kadam

Two Man Race (2011) … Tracy Kadam
 2011 Lunch Monkeys (TV Series)
Miss Fox

Big Trouble in Little Cranford (2011) … Miss Fox
 2010 Money (TV Mini-Series)
Cherry

Episode #1.1 (2010) … Cherry
 2009 FM (TV Series)
Jess

System Addict (2009) … Jess
 2009 The Old Guys (TV Series)
Marianne

Marriage (2009) … Marianne
 2009 Hunter (TV Mini-Series)
DI Zoe Larson

Episode #1.2 (2009) … DI Zoe Larson
Episode #1.1 (2009) … DI Zoe Larson
 2008 Lead Balloon (TV Series)
Izzy

Mistake (2008) … Izzy
 2008 My Family (TV Series)
Doctor

Neighbour Wars (2008) … Doctor
 2008 Doctor Who (TV Series)
Jo Nakashima

The Sontaran Stratagem (2008) … Jo Nakashima
 2006-2008 Doctors (TV Series)
Erika Simms / Diana Coverly

Hidden Demons (2008) … Erika Simms
The Real Thing (2006) … Diana Coverly
 2008 Trial & Retribution (TV Series)
Angela Clarkson

Conviction: Part 2 (2008) … Angela Clarkson
Conviction: Part 1 (2008) … Angela Clarkson
 2007 Magicians
Waitress
 2007 After You’ve Gone (TV Series)
Miss Murray

Ripped Off (2007) … Miss Murray
 2007 Party Animals (TV Series)
Sally

Episode #1.1 (2007) … Sally
 2006 After the Rain (Short)
Lian
 2006 Inside the Twin Towers
Operator #1
 2006 EastEnders (TV Series)
Dr. Thorne

Episode dated 5 January 2006 (2006) … Dr. Thorne
 2005 A Very Social Secretary (TV Movie)
Luz
 2005 Extras (TV Series)
Producer’s Wife

Ben Stiller (2005) … Producer’s Wife
 2005 Holby City (TV Series)
Suzie Ford

Damage Limitation (2005) … Suzie Ford
 2005 Hustle (TV Series)
Receptionist

The Lesson (2005) … Receptionist
 2004 World of Warcraft (Video Game) (voice)

Palmyra Delran

Palmyra Delran

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Palmyra Delran
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Background information
Born Princeton, New Jersey, United States
Genres Rock and roll, surf, trash-pop
Occupation(s) Songwriter, singer, producer
Instruments Vocals, guitar, drums
Years active Late 1980s – present
Labels Apex Recording Service, Skyclad, Get Hip, Sympathy For The Record Industry, Apex East Recordings
Associated acts Sickidz!, Ben Vaughn, Rachelle Garniez, Debbie Harry, Stupidity, Little Steven, the Muffs, the Fleshtones, the Dictators NYC, the Cocktail Slippers, the Woggles, the Selecter, Beat Killers, Brainspoon, Dr. Bombay
Website www.palmyradelran.com

Palmyra Delran is an American rock and roll musician, songwriter, guitarist and producer who was born in Princeton, New Jersey and later moved to Philadelphia. She played in seminal 1990s Philadelphia-area rock bands The Friggs and Pink Slip Daddy, as well as several of her own solo releases and recordings.

In 2008, Delran released She Digs the Ride, a six-track EP, featuring the song “Baby Should Have Known Better”, which was selected by Little Steven’s Underground Garage as The Coolest Song in the World in 2008, and which gained Delran considerable attention for her efforts.

Little Steven Van Zandt was a reported fan of Delran’s previous band, the Friggs, and attended their 2008 NYC reunion show. After striking up a conversation with Palmyra, he learned of her new solo EP She Digs the Ride. He added it to the Underground Garage playlist, picking “Baby Should Have Known Better” as a “Coolest Song in the World This Week”, followed by radio listeners voting it “Coolest Song in the World” for 2008.[1][2]

The EP was followed up in 2013 with You Are What You Absorb, Delran’s first full-length solo effort. The album included the single “You’re My Brian Jones”, featuring a music video directed by Daniel Henry, and shot on location in Nashville. Little Steven continued his support of Delran’s work, voting “You’re My Brian Jones” his #1 song of the year. In 2013, the songs “Shy Boy” and “Some Day Soon” ranked among favorites on Steven’s and many Underground Garage DJ lists. Steven also voted the full album You Are What You Absorb as the #3 best record of 2013.[3]

Delran tours the East Coast, Scandinavia, and the West Coast each year, and is currently planning to release a new single in spring/summer of 2014, “Run Now Baby” b/w “Yeah Yeah Yeah.” The single was recorded in LA with Dave Klein & Bubble Gun, and features special guest Kim Shattuck from The Muffs. She is also currently writing songs with Handsome Dick Manitoba & Ross the Boss for the new Dictators NYC recordings.

Previous Acts[edit]

Pink Slip Daddy[edit]

Delran was born in Princeton, New Jersey, and later moved to Philadelphia, where she met musician and rock critic Mike Ferguson, formerly of the group Sickidz!. The two began playing together under the name Das Yahoos, with Delran on drums, as well as members Robbie Rip-Rock (Rob Windfelder of the group Live Not On Evil) on guitar, and Clams Casino (Mark Fletcher) on bass. The band would break up in 1988, but Ferguson and Delran quickly formed a new band, called Pink Slip Daddy, adding Barb Dwyer on bass and Ben Vaughn (performing as Sal Mineo’s Only Son) on guitar.

Pink Slip Daddy toured for several years, releasing a number of records on Apex East, Get Hip, and Sympathy for the Record Industry to critical praise before going on hiatus in 1993. The band reunited in 2013 for one show, and have indicated potential reunion dates in the future.[4]

The Friggs[edit]

In 1991, Delran formed The Friggs, a project featuring Barb Dwyer, as well as guitarist, vocalist, and co-songwriter Jezebel. Playing a blend of sleaze-pop, rock, surf and punk, the band was critically and commercially embraced, touring almost non-stop for 10 years. The band has shared the bill with rock legends the Ramones, Cheap Trick, The Selecter, Dick Dale, The Fleshtones, Southern Culture on the Skids, and many more. Other members have included Petula Wilde, J. Whitey Smythe, Ginga Moon, Janey West, Suki Von Trapp, Kami, Lexi Plumm, Kitten LaChaCha, and Mitzi Dodge.[5]

The Friggs’ music has appeared in a number of films, including Superbad, Jawbreaker, Prey for Rock and Roll, Lipstick and Dynamite, and The Treasures of Long Gone John.

After a number of EP’s, 7 inch singles and compilations, the band released the album Rock Candy in 1997, and continued touring through 2001, when the band went on an indefinite break. In 2007, the band released Today is Tomorrow’s Yesterday, a compilation of unreleased songs and past singles from the band.[6]

Various Projects[edit]

KinderAngst[edit]

Written in collaboration with friend and fellow songwriter Rachelle Garniez, KinderAngst, an album of punk and rock ‘n’ roll songs for kids was released in 2012. The album, produced by Delran and Garniez, featured 14 songs dedicated to the stresses and challenges of being a child, and using music to express their feelings. KinderAngst also features an appearance by Debbie Harry of Blondie.[7][8]

Booty Olympics/Santa Marias[edit]

Delran played drums in the Booty Olympics in the early 2000s, who released Boystyle in 2003. The band later changed their name to Santa Marias, and released a self-titled CD in 2007.

Releases[edit]

Palmyra Delran Solo Releases[edit]

CD’s
You Are What You Absorb Produced by Palmyra Delran
Apex East Recordings – 12 track CD (2013)

She Digs the Ride Produced by Palmyra Delran
Apex East Recordings – 6 Song EP (2008)

COMPILATIONS
Little Steven’s Underground Garage Coolest Songs in the World, Vol 8
Wicked Cool – 1 song (2009)

With The Friggs[edit]

CD’s
Today Is Tomorrow’s Yesterday Produced by Ben Vaughn
Apex East Recording – 15 song CD (2007)

Rock Candy Produced by Dave O’Donnell
e-vil records – 10 song CD (1997)

VINYL SINGLES & EP’s
Juiced Up b/w Mama Blew a Hoody Produced by Dave O’Donnell
Feralette Records – 7” single (1995)

America’s Only Rock & Roll Magazine Parody 10” EP Produced by Ben Vaughn
Sympathy for the Record Industry – 4 songs (1994)

Shake b/w Wild Love Produced by Ben Vaughn
Sympathy for the Record Industry – 7” single (1992)

Bad Word for a Good Thing b/w Friggs Theme Produced by Ben Vaughn
Telstar Records – 7” single (1992)

Come Now b/w Dance of Love Produced by Ben Vaughn
Apex Recording Service – 7” single (1991)

COMPILATIONS Music to Read Carbon 14 By vol. 1 compilation
C14 Records – 1 song (2005)

How Many Bands Does It Take to Screw Up a Blondie Tribute
Sympathy for the Record Industry – 1 song (2004)

Alright, This Time Just the Girls compilation
Sympathy for the Record Industry – 1 song (2004)

Their Sympathetic Majesties Request vol. 2 compilation
Sympathy for the Record Industry – 1 song (2003)

Jawbreaker Movie soundtrack CD
London Records – 1 song (1998)

Their Sympathetic Majesties Request vol. 1 compilation
Sympathy for the Record Industry – 1 song (1998)

Today’s Top Girl Groups, Vol.1 Produced by Ben Vaughn
Spinout Records – 1 song (1998)

Season’s Greetings Philadelphia Christmas compilation
Record Cellar Records – 1 song (1997)

Turban Renewal – Sam the Sham tribute LP/CD Produced by Bruce Bennett
Norton Records – 1 song (1994)

Carbon 14 Magazine Give Away EP Produced by Ben Vaughn
C14 Records – 1 song (1994)

With Pink Slip Daddy[edit]

LP’s & CD’s
Rock Damage and Other Love Songs Produced by Ben Vaughn
Sympathy for the Record Industry – 13 song LP/CD (1993)

Antidisestablishmentarianism Produced by Ben Vaughn
Apex Recording Service – 13 song LP /CD (1990)

Pink Slip Daddy Produced by Ben Vaughn
Apex Recording Service – 10 song LP (1988)

VINYL SINGLES & EP’s
L.S.D. 10″ EP Produced by Ben Vaughn
Apex Recording Service – 4 song 10” EP (1989)

Junkyard b/w Live Sex & Violence Produced by Ben Vaughn
Sympathy for the Record Industry – 7” single (1991)

Rock Old Sputnik to the Moon b/w Shaggy Dog Produced by Ben Vaughn
Get Hip Records – 7” single (1991)

With Bubble Gun[edit]

CD single
Run Now Baby b/w Yeah, Yeah, Yeah Produced by Palmyra Delran & Dave Klein
9 Volt Jolt Records – 2 song CD (2014)

COMPILATIONS
Their Sympathetic Majesties Request vol.1 compilation Produced by Ben Vaughn
Sympathy for the Record Industry – 1 song (1998)

the Singer Not the Song Alex Chilton Tribute CD Produced by Ben Vaughn
Munster Records – 1 song (1992)

Bonograph Sonny Bono Tribute CD Produced by Ben Vaughn
Bogus Records – 1 song (1991)

Music videos[edit]

Lies For You – Created by John Valentine & eM*L*E
Shut Out – Created by John Valentine & eM*L*E
You’re My Brian Jones – Directed by Daniel Henry, Produced by Price Harrison, Cinematography by Dustin Lane
The Making Of You’re My Brian Jones – Created by Price Harrison
The Turtle – Created by Palmyra Delran

Palmyra Delran Touring Bands[edit]

East Coast[edit]

Palmyra: Vocals, Guitar
Michael Lynch: Bass, Vocals
Richard DevGreene: Guitar, Vocals
Mark Brotter: Drums

West Coast[edit]

BUBBLE GUN
Palmyra: Vocals, Guitar
John Carlucci: Bass
Laura Carlucci: Keyboards, Vocals
Michelle Balderrama: Guitar, Vocals
Rikki Styxx: Drums, Vocals

Scandinavia[edit]

STUPIDITY
Palmyra: Vocals, Guitar
Erniz: Backing Vocals, Percussion
PA: Guitar, Vocals
Miss Anna: Bass
Tommy Boy: Drum
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TIGER TIGER

SORAIA (MUSIC)

 

 

Soraia epitomizes raw power, unrelenting energy, chaos, and freedom. Their live show frenetic and intensely interactive. The band’s chemistry cut over several years of fierce, relentless touring in the dingiest dive to the most massive amphitheater, attracting a worldwide fanbase.

Albums

none Soraia (2) - Recipe For Disaster album art Soraia (2) Recipe For Disaster(CD, MiniAlbum) Not On Label none US 2006 Sell This Version
none Soraia (2) - In The Valley Of Love And Guns album art Soraia (2) In The Valley Of Love And Guns(CD, Album) Not On Label none US 2013 Sell This Version
none Soraia (2) - Soraia Lives! album art Soraia (2) Soraia Lives!(CD, Album) Not On Label none US 2014 Sell This Version
WKC-56715-1 Soraia (2) - Dead Reckoning album art Soraia (2) Dead Reckoning(LP, Album) Wicked Cool Record Co. WKC-56715-1 US 2017 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

none Soraia (2) - Less Than Zero album art Soraia (2) Less Than Zero(12″, EP) Soraia Records none US 2015 Sell This Version
WKC-56733-1 Soraia (2) - Still I RIse album art Soraia (2) Still I RIse(7″, Single, Whi) Wicked Cool Record Co. WKC-56733-1 US 2018 Sell This Version
none Soraia (2) - Slave album art Soraia (2) Slave(CDr, Single) Nailhead none US Unknown

JUSTINE LUPE

Justine Lupe was born on May 31, 1989 in Denver, Colorado, USA. She is an actress and director, known for Mr. Mercedes (2017), Snowfall (2017) and Madam Secretary (2014).
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Actress (29 credits)
 2018 South of Bix (Short) (completed)
Molly
 2017/IV Silent Night (Short) (completed)
 2011 Three Forms of Insomnia (Short) (completed)
Monica
 2017-2018 Mr. Mercedes (TV Series)
Holly Gibney

Fade to Blue (2018) … Holly Gibney
Walk Like a Man (2018) … Holly Gibney
Nobody Puts Brady in a Crestmore (2018) … Holly Gibney
Fell On Black Days (2018) … Holly Gibney
Proximity (2018) … Holly Gibney
 2018 Succession (TV Series)
Willa

Nobody Is Ever Missing (2018) … Willa
Pre-Nuptial (2018) … Willa
Austerlitz (2018) … Willa
I Went to Market (2018) … Willa
Sad Sack Wasp Trap (2018) … Willa
 2016-2018 Madam Secretary (TV Series)
Captain Ronnie Baker

The Friendship Game (2018) … Captain Ronnie Baker
Refuge (2018) … Captain Ronnie Baker
Global Relief (2017) … Captain Ronnie Baker
Convergence (2017) … Captain Ronnie Baker
The French Revolution (2016) … Captain Ronnie Baker
 2018 Sneaky Pete (TV Series)
Hannah

Buffalo Soldiers (2018) … Hannah
Switch (2018) … Hannah
Marius Josipovic (2018) … Hannah
 2018 Alone Together (TV Series)
Charlotte

Pilot (2018) … Charlotte
 2017 The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (TV Series)
Astrid Weissman

Mrs. X at the Gaslight (2017) … Astrid Weissman
 2017 Snowfall (TV Series)
Victoria

The Rubicon (2017) … Victoria
Story of a Scar (2017) … Victoria
Baby Teeth (2017) … Victoria
Cracking (2017) … Victoria
A Long Time Coming (2017) … Victoria
 2017 Bull (TV Series)
Ginny Bretton

E.J. (2017) … Ginny Bretton
 2016 Hard Pack (Short)
Kara
 2016 Younger (TV Series)
Jade

Un-Jaded (2016) … Jade
Jersey, Sure (2016) … Jade
The Jade Crusade (2016) … Jade
 2015 The Good Wife (TV Series)
Maggie Rossum

Payback (2015) … Maggie Rossum
 2014-2015 Cristela (TV Series)
Maddie

Movin’ on Up (2015) … Maddie
Village Mode (2015) … Maddie
Last Goose Standing (2015) … Maddie
Great Expectations (2015) … Maddie
Latino 101 (2015) … Maddie
 2014 Dead Boss (TV Movie)
Laura Stephens
 2014 Deadbeat (TV Series)
Alice

Out-Of-Body Issues (2014) … Alice
 2013 Super Clyde (TV Movie)
Faith
 2013 Shameless (TV Series)
Blake Collins

May I Trim Your Hedges? (2013) … Blake Collins
 2012/I Ex-Girlfriends
Lisa
 2012 Not Fade Away
Candace
 2012 Royal Pains (TV Series)
Cameron Krissy

Sand Legs (2012) … Cameron Krissy
 2012 Frances Ha
Nessa
 2012 Harry’s Law (TV Series)
Phoebe Blake

Onward and Upward (2012) … Phoebe Blake
The Whole Truth (2012) … Phoebe Blake
Class War (2012) … Phoebe Blake
And the Band Played On (2012) … Phoebe Blake
Breaking Points (2012) … Phoebe Blake
 2012 Southland (TV Series)
Kathy

Integrity Check (2012) … Kathy
 2011 Unforgettable (TV Series)
Ashley

Friended (2011) … Ashley

BREEDA WOOL

Breeda Wool is an actress and producer, known for Mr. Mercedes (2017), UnREAL (2015) and Midnight, Texas (2017).
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Actress (48 credits)
 2017-2018 Mr. Mercedes (TV Series)
Lou Linklatter

Fade to Blue (2018) … Lou Linklatter
Walk Like a Man (2018) … Lou Linklatter
Fell On Black Days (2018) … Lou Linklatter
Proximity (2018) … Lou Linklatter
Ándale (2018) … Lou Linklatter
 2018 The Slows (Short)
Greta
 2018/I Breaking News (Short)
Carol Kelly
 2018 The Affair (TV Series)
Mrs. Cruz

Episode #4.6 (2018) … Mrs. Cruz
 2015-2018 UnREAL (TV Series)
Faith Duluth

No Limit (2018) … Faith Duluth
Future (2015) … Faith Duluth (credit only)
Princess (2015) … Faith Duluth
Two (2015) … Faith Duluth
Savior (2015) … Faith Duluth
 2018/I A Place to Stay (Short)
Rose
 2018 Famous in Love (TV Series)
Marva Dunwoody

Guess Who’s (Not) Coming to Sundance? (2018) … Marva Dunwoody
 2018 Rflktr (Short)
Captain Ezra Avery
 2017 Vice Principals (TV Series)
Lynn Russell

Think Change (2017) … Lynn Russell
 2017 Midnight Confession (Short)
Donna Donna
 2017 Midnight, Texas (TV Series)
Bowie

Angel Heart (2017) … Bowie
 2017 Strangers (TV Series)
Zoe
 2017 XX
Gretchen (segment “Don’t Fall”)
 2016 Metallica: Confusion (Video short)
 2016 Dream Corp LLC (TV Series)
Mom / Mother

Tijuana Zebra (2016) … Mom (voice)
The Smoking Nun (2016) … Mother (voice)
 2016 Automatic at Sea
Grace
 2016 Erasing Eden
Eden
 2016 Slumber Party (TV Series)

Breeda Wool (2016)
 2016 Jo Cool (Short)
Emcee
 2016 The Boy Who Cried Fish! (Short)
Miranda
 2016 AWOL
Rayna
 2016 UnREAL: The Faith Diaries (TV Series)
Faith Duluth

The Faith Diaries: Week Ten (2016) … Faith Duluth
The Faith Diaries: Week Nine (2016) … Faith Duluth
The Faith Diaries: Week Eight (2016) … Faith Duluth
The Faith Diaries: Week Seven (2016) … Faith Duluth
The Faith Diaries: Week Six (2016) … Faith Duluth
 2015 I’ll Eat You Alive (Short)
Martha
 2015 CSI: Immortality (TV Movie)
Rebecca O’Bryan
 2015 Rhie: The New Sovereignty (Short)
Model
 2014 Disaster Preparedness (Short)
Rose
 2014 Miss Miao (Short)
Patrice
 2014 Upstairs (Short)
Piper Olsen
 2013-2014 Betas (TV Series)
Victoria

This Is It (2014) … Victoria
Blinded by the Light (2014) … Victoria
Steppin’ Out (2014) … Victoria
Show & Tell (2013) … Victoria
One on One (2013) … Victoria
 2013 Lambing Season (Short)
Bridget
 2013/XVI Home (Short)
Alpha Feral Woman
 2013 Santa Monica (Short)
Arguing Wife
 2013 Shelton’s Oasis (Short)
Bridgette
 2013 Craters of the Moon
Molly
 2012 The Boring Life of Jacqueline (TV Series)
Breeda

The Close Encounter (2012) … Breeda
 2011 Bee (Short)
Christine
 2010 AWOL (Short)
Rayna
 2010 Weeds (TV Series)
Boarding Agent

Theoretical Love Is Not Dead (2010) … Boarding Agent
 2010 The Masterpiece (Short)
The Journalist
 2010 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Lynn Drexel

Savior (2010) … Lynn Drexel
 2009 Dumping Lisa
Strip Club Hostess
 2007-2009 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Woman / Protester #1

Identity Crisis (2009) … Woman
Offense (2007) … Protester #1
 2008 She Likes Girls 3 (Video)
 2007 Dandelion Fall (Short)
Billie
 2007 Black Hole (Short)
Christine